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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

24 Apr 1940

since March 1 total 2.863.000 against 2.524.000 same season last year. OBITUARY MAJOR SAMUEL EVANS Veteran of the China Wars A veteran of the China Wars of 1857, Major Samuel Evans died at Bishop Auckland, yesterday, within three months of his 101 st birthday

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Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer Yorkshire, England

24 Apr 1940

Germany in Europe were the crimes of whole people and whole nation 7 Tiie death occurred yesterday, in his 101 st year, of Major Samuel Evans, of Bishop Auckland, a veteran of the China Wars 8

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Newcastle Chronicle

Newcastle Chronicle Northumberland, England

27 Apr 1940

Auckland. He was Major Samuel Evans, the father of the Vicar of Auckland (the Rev. Canon A. B. Parry-Evans). and would have been 101 years of age in three months time. He had lived at the Vicarage for the past 18 years. Born in 1839. Major Evans was so keen

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Gloucestershire Echo

Gloucestershire Echo Gloucestershire, England

24 Apr 1940

A veteran of the China War of 1857, Major Samuel Evans, died at Bishop Auckland, County Durham, yesterday within three months of his 101 st birthday. He died at the home of his eldest son, Canon A. B. Parry Evans, Vicar of Bishop Auckland. Another son

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Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail

Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail Durham, England

24 Apr 1940

for Victory? and Wales there were 6 693 live births]— Yes and 5.252 deaths roistered during the week ended April 13. Major Samuel Evans, a veteran of the China wars of 1857 died at Bishop Auckland, yesterday r thin three months of his 101 st birthday

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Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough

Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough Yorkshire, England

4 May 1939

MAJOR M. ADLARD (right) presenting a clock to Major J. Robinson on behalf of the Church Lads’ Brigade at Bishop Auckland. Major Robinson has been a member of the St. Andrew’s C.L.B. for 40 years. In centre is Canon A. B. Parry-Evans, Vicar of Auckland

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

7 Mar 1939

Fleetwood Grammar School CM Students. Laft to rtshti Connie Howarth (Mrs, Knlsht), Nona Saar (ths maid), Cwynno Evans (Mrs. pepyt), Lanca Gray (Samuel Fapye), John Hlgham (King Charles II). 33 Years’ Progress of a Preston Mill Shareholders Received Six Times

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Eastbourne Herald

Eastbourne Herald Sussex, England

23 Dec 1939

SAMUEL EVAN TAYLOR Deceased. Pursuant the Trustee Act 1925. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all N nelsons having any claim against Site OrenirtSS £« Rurrev the Executor of. the Will of the .®^ ue tvS to to the under-signed, tte toy MarclUWWter wiu dtetribute

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

14 Oct 1939

MAJOR W. G. EATON EVANS, OBITUARY WEST WALES SOLICITOR Former Chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council The death- occurred on Friday of Major \V, G. Katon Evans, of Avallenau, Haverfordwest. A solicitor by profession. Major Eaton Evans, who was aged 72

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

2 Nov 1939

DEATH OF MAJOR A. EVANS We regret to record the death, which took place at Hospital, Sherborne. at the age »9 years, ol Major .Archibald Evans, of Chuleombe House, Banbury. Major Evans, who was well known figure in this district, had l*»en ill *or about

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Birmingham Mail

Birmingham Mail Warwickshire, England

24 Oct 1939

PRINCE CHARLIE 111 (Mr. H. W. Blyth) Rayson 6 7 0 GLEN LEVEN (Major J. M. J. Evans) Tabor 8 612 QUICK TRANSIT (Lieut.-Colonel P. Green) Sneyd 3 6 12 BRUNSWICK (Mr. C. Greenham) Rayson 9 611 WAYWARD MISS (Lady Nuttall) Cottrill 611 COLOURFUL (Mr. T. Hogg)

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Banbury Advertiser

Banbury Advertiser Oxfordshire, England

9 Nov 1939

Funeral ol Major A. Evans

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Western Mail

Western Mail Glamorgan, Wales

17 May 1940

shire). Major J. J. P. Evans (secretary of the T.A. Association for the three counties), and Mr. L, Williams; and Breconshire was represented by Col. W. B. Pugh. Mr. H. Lewis, police staffofficer of the Welsh Region, was also present. Brigadier Mascall

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Liverpool Evening Express

Liverpool Evening Express Lancashire, England

2 Feb 1939

K CARD PEDIGREE 8y» (Mr Earl) Earl 11 13 7. LEVEN Bys (Major Evan»)Tabor 11 10 IBRAHIM II 6ys Capt Macdonald- Buchanan) Hartlgan 11 9 9 BAMBOU II 6y« 'i.t-Col Stewart) P XX 5 10 JOHN CHINAMAN 7yt (Miss Paget) ~ ~, O Anthonv 11 5 16 LUXBOROUGH sy« (Mr

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Shields Daily News

Shields Daily News Northumberland, England

26 Jul 1939

Mr G. Hogarth, chairman of the National Herring Board, shown with Major-Gen. Sir Evan Gibb, was greatly interested in the work on North Shields Fish Quay, which he visited yesterday. 'STRANGLED SHOT WIFE' STORY DECIDING TO DIE ON SCAFFOLD —ALLEGED STATIMINT

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Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph Antrim, Northern Ireland

31 Jul 1940

AND THE TROOPS. Group at opening of canteen In Kilrea, County Derry, by Major J. N. G. Gibbons, MX., with whom is Captain A. C. Rifle. The canteen is in the charge of Mrs. Samuel Craig. FIRST ARMY V.C.'S OF THE WAR. ONE FOR IRISH OFFICER. STATION ED AT

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Western Times

Western Times Devon, England

8 Dec 1939

Major Sir Samuel Emile Harvey ' °* J.P., of Dundridge, Totnes, was °* > age yesterday.

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Berwickshire News and General Advertiser

Berwickshire News and General Advertiser Northumberland, England

5 Mar 1940

of Sir Douglas Straight, as Chairman; Mr Samuel Fisher, of London; Mr George 50 YEARS AGO Kynaston. Birmingham; Major Alexander Steven, Benvick; and Mr Frederick Higgin bottom, of London It in 1902 that the

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Newcastle Evening Chronicle

Newcastle Evening Chronicle Northumberland, England

19 Apr 1940

GLORIOUS for SPRIN^' liable h Easy fl'-Wiii/MI spring’s major Q ' successes. b' ' SAMUEL SOSES 79, GRAINGER STREET NEWCASTLE Phont: Newcastle 27719 Coupon brings you our He* UNG CATALOGUE (.Unsealed envelope \d. stamp) SIGHT-TESTING OPTICI^ FASHIONABLE

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The Scotsman Type: Article